We’ve all got such busy lives these days. Even for those fortunate folk on park home sites who are lucky enough to be retired or semi-retired, there often never seems to be enough hours in the day to fit everything in.
So we’re all suckers for time-saving solutions, in whatever guises we find them. There can be no better way to save time, while keeping well informed, than to attend June’s upcoming World of Park & Leisure Homes Show, which takes place at Stoneleigh Park, in Warwickshire, from 8 to 11 June. If a ‘one-stop shop’ for existing and prospective park home owners existed, then the Stoneleigh Show would be it! This year’s event, which we’re dedicating more than 60 glorious pages of your issue to, promises to be bigger and better than ever! There’ll be a bumper crop of park homes and luxury lodges on display at the leafy Midlands showground, which is as near as you’re going to get to seeing these beautiful models in their ‘natural habitat’. The big plus point being that no park – no matter how impressive – will ever be able to show you that many new homes in one place.
But it isn’t just homes you’ll get to learn about. No, Stoneleigh will give you free and unfettered access to all the leading UK park operators, along with the industry’s premier suppliers and services. Don’t forget to drop in on the friendly Park Home & Holiday Caravan team at the show either! We’ll be out in force at our usual stand right by the show’s entrance. The first reader to buy me a nice cup of black coffee gets a free, signed copy of this issue!
To raise your excitement levels even further – if you dare! – turn to page 117 and let your World of Park & Leisure Homes Show journey begin with our easy-to-use showguide.
Away from the fervour and hubbub of Stoneleigh though, we’ve got lots more to celebrate from the world of park homes this June!
We’re off to Gloucestershire and Bedfordshire to profile a brace of exciting parks from the Turners Parks Group and the Charles Simpson Organisation respectively (turn to page 14). On the legal front, we’ve got another absorbing issue under the microscope from the Leasehold Advisory Service’s expert team of solicitors.
One not to miss!
Enjoy the issue
Alex Melvin, Editor
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